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Indications:

Combines the properties DILARMINE antiallergic, antirheumatic and antiinflammatory paramethasone acetate with chlorpheniramine maleate, an antihistamine with fast acting and well tolerated, which results in greater power for allergy synergy of its components. DILARMINE is indicated for the treatment of allergic inflammatory conditions, particularly those that present with itching, as recommended in: atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, angioedema, dermatitis eczematoid, severe seborrheic dermatitis, neurodermatitis (including circumscribed neurodermatitis), erythema multiforme, urticaria, insect bites, hay fever and other seasonal rhinitis, perennial allergic rhinitis, vasomotor rhinitis, bronchial asthma, drug reactions, ocular allergic manifestations such as conjunctivitis, and iridocyclitis.

Contraindications:

Hypersensitivity to the formula, systemic fungal infections, uncomplicated viral hepatitis, fulminant hepatic failure, herpes simplex keratitis, vaccination with live products, myasthenia gravis, prostatic hypertrophy, glaucoma and patients treated with MAOIs.

Adverse reactions:

can cause drowsiness, so it is suggested not to drive a car or operate machinery during treatment. During treatment with DILARMINE not drink alcohol or other central nervous system depressants. Children: Corticosteroids cause growth retardation during childhood and adolescence. Treatment should be limited to a minimum dose for a period as short as possible. In long-term therapy should be monitored growth and development. Any infections should be considered an emergency. Elderly: The half-life of corticosteroids may be prolonged, therefore, in the treatment of elderly patients, particularly if long-term, you should keep in mind the potential risk of serious consequences such as osteoporosis ( especially in postmenopausal women), diabetes, hypertension, susceptibility to infection and thinning of the skin.

Interactions:

Phenytoin, barbiturates, ephedrine and rifampicin, decrease blood levels of corticosteroids. The combination with diuretics that cause potassium loss may induce hypokalemia

Warnings:

Unless they are considered essential to save life, corticosteroids should not be administered to patients with peptic ulcer, osteoporosis, psychosis, severe psychoneuroses or acute infections Corticosteroids may produce posterior subcapsular cataract, glaucoma and optic nerve damage secondary ocular infections. Care should be exercised in patients with congestive heart failure, diabetes mellitus, diseases infectious, chronic renal failure, uremia and in elderly patients. In patients with tuberculosis only be used as an adjunct to antituberculosis drugs. Corticosteroids may activate latent amebiasi

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